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Hitachi Cable America

735 Central Office 75 OHM 26 AWG Coaxial Cables

735 cable

OEM 735 Central Office Cable

  • UL/CSA Listing: UL c(UL) CMR
  • UL Style: 1666
  • Operating Temperature: -40°C to 75°C
  • Complies with Requirements of Bellcore/Telcordia Specification GR-139-Core

Central Office Coaxial Cable Features

  • Available in single, six, nine and 12 pack bundles
  • Bellcore/Telcordia Compliant
  • Individually Numbered Coaxes for ease of termination
  • Designed for stripping with high speed equipment
  • Alternate Copper Coatings and configurations Available

Central Office Coaxial Cable Description

Each precision coaxial wire is extruded using Hitachi Cable America’s unique Flometrics Liquid Film™ extrusion process. After extrusion, each conductor is braided with balanced, tensioned controlled braiders. Each component is then extruded with a PVC jacket. Multi-coax bundles are cabled together then extruded with an overall PVC jacket. Non jacketed, bundled central office coaxial cables are also available.

Central Office Cable Applications

  • Telecommunications Closets
  • Telecommunications Rack Systems
  • Intra-Campus Telephone Systems
  • Switchboard Communications
  • DS-3 Applications
  • DS-4 Applications
  • Central Office Environment
  • PBX 735 and 734 telecommunications

Central Office Cable RoHS Eco-Friendly Index

<90ppm <5ppm <5ppm <5ppm <1000ppm
Pb Cd Cr+6 Hg PBDE's
PBB's

Hitachi Cable America is making every effort to provide Lead free and Cadmium free products to help protect our environment. To this end Hitachi Cable America, Inc. has adopted RoHS (Restriction of Hazardous Substances) as its standard. Hitachi's website Eco-Index is designed to inform the interested user of contents of various restricted or banned elements in terms of parts per million. In most cases, the numbers stated are from actual lab tests using the acid digestion method, considered to be the most severe measurement of analyzing content of restricted and banned elements. It is Hitachi's goal to be 100% compliant to European RoHS, including the removal of the Deca-BDE exemption dated July 1, 2008.